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Queen's University Belfast welcomes students from all over the world.  We have 17,000 students from over 80 countries, 3,500 staff and 100,000 graduates worldwide. We're one of the UK's leading universities with a heritage dating back over 150 years.

We accept a wide variety of qualifications. Below you will find information on undergraduate and postgraduate entry requirements, English Language requirements, potential scholarships for international applicants and details of our overseas agents and representatives.

Important information for applicants

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Undergraduate entry requirements

To be considered for entry to undergraduate (Bachelor) degree programmes, applicants should hold one of the following qualifications:

  • Tawjihi (General Secondary Education Certificate) with good grades and a recognised Foundation/bridging qualification.
  • Holders of the Tawjihi General Secondary Education Certificate will be considered for entry to the Foundation Programme at INTO Queen's. Students who successfully complete the Foundation Programme with the required grades will be guaranteed progression to the undergraduate degree programe.
  • Holders of the Al-Shamel Intermediate Diploma may be considered on a case by case basis.
  • Applicants who have successfully completed the first year of a Jordanian University degree with good grades in relevant subjects may be considered for admission to the first year of undergraduate degree programmes.
  • UK 'A' Levels.
  • Between 30 and 36 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma (IB). Information on required grades.

Postgraduate entry requirements

To be considered for entry to postgraduate taught Master's degree programmes, applicants should hold a good Bachelor (Honours) degree with an average of 75%.

Queen's University Admissions Office staff have expertise on a wide range of qualifications from around the world and will be able to assess your application's comparability to the UK entry requirement. Please ensure you upload copies of all official transcripts and final award certificates for programmes already completed and those currently being completed.

If you are interested in postgraduate Computing, Finance or Management courses, but do not meet the entry requirements, you may wish to consider applying for a pre-masters Graduate Diploma offered by INTO Queen's.

Students interested in undertaking a PhD at Queen’s University require good grades in their Bachelor's and Master's programmes awarded by a recognised university in addition to a strong research proposal.

The grade required varies depending on the degree programme. For further guidance, you should consult the Postgraduate Coursefinder or visit the website of the Queen's School that offers the degree programme.

English language requirements

Applicants will normally need to demonstrate a level of English equivalent to 6.5 IELTS or 90 TOEFL IBT (Internet based test). However, some degree programmes have higher or lower requirements (please check individual programme requirements in the relevant undergraduate or postgraduate University Coursefinder. View the full list of acceptable English Language qualifications.

INTO Queen's - Pre-University English Language Programmes

INTO Queen's University Belfast offers a wide range of English Language courses, which may assist students to meet the required standard of English language to be eligible for entry to degree programmes at the University. If you wish to apply for an INTO Queen's English course please contact into@qub.ac.uk or consult the INTO website

Scholarships

Queen's University Belfast offers a range of scholarships for international students.

A list of other potential sources of funding for Postgraduate study can be found on the University's Postgraduate Office website.

Representatives and overseas visits

We hope that the information contained in this page will be useful in providing answers to questions you may have about Queen's University Belfast. If you cannot find the answer to your questions, please contact:

Contact Person

International Officer with responsibility for Jordan:
Jalal El-Naser
International Officer
Queen's University Belfast
BT7 1NN
Tel: 00 44 28 9097 5088
Email: j.el-naser@qub.ac.uk

Queen's has a network of agents and representatives committed to providing you with high levels of support. More information on our network and a list of agents by country can be found on the University's agent webpages.

The British Council in your country can also offer advice on studying in the UK.

Upcoming visits

Representatives from the International Office at Queen's will be attending the following events:

15th International Office Exhibition Fair

5 – 6 June 2013   City: Amman 

For more information, email international@qub.ac.uk.

How to apply

For details on the application process for both undergraduates and postgraduates, please visit the University's How to Apply section.

Further information

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Emad El Qada

Emad El Qada from Jordan

Degree: Phd Chemical Engineering

My course is a research project in the area of water treatment. It involves the activation of carbon and testing its performance using different pollutants.  I was attracted to this course as I have a great concern about the state of the environment.T he previous research I conducted was related to this field. This is in addition to the vital importance of this area of research particularly in my country since water is a scarce commodity. This was paralleled with a notable and eminent international reputation of Queen’s as one of the top universities in the UK. I was looking for challenging research utilising my educational background and offering me a professional growth in my field, and I believe I got this opportunity at Queen’s.

I live in private accommodation close to Queen's University.  A lot of facilities are available at Queen's, which help the students to practice their daily activities easily and enjoyably.  The Sports Centre provides a wide range of sport services; many services are available in the Students' Union.  I am a member of the Islamic Student Society for Northern Ireland (ISSNI).

The social life is really great. People here are friendly and truthful. I made many friends here from different parts of the world and this makes me always feel at home.Many tourist attractions to visit and enjoy are available in Northern Ireland.

I would recommend Queen's to other students. I believe Queen's is the place where a student can find all the best standards he/she is looking for. I think Queen's in an integrated university and always provides the very best in education, research and teaching.